Monday, May 25, 2015

Shawarma Returns with a Bang in Bohol

Have you been to the newly- opened Babeng’s Shawarma? It is located right at the corner of Gallares & B. Inting Streets in downtown Tagbilaran City. 

You couldn’t possibly miss the place for two reasons; the place is done in colorful and vibrant colors that seem to leap out and secondly, the long queues that patiently wait for their shawarma.

So what is this Shawarma? Well, for those who have been hibernating in a cave these past few years, Shawarma is a lot like a taco or a nacho but so different in many ways.

Shawarma refers to thinly sliced cuts of meat, like chicken, beef, goat, lamb, and sometimes turkey, rolled into a large piece of flatbread or pita that has been steamed or heated. Inside the pita, foods like hummus, tahini, pickles, vegetables, and even French fries are added.

Your Blogger eats a mouthful while Christian Montanez shows off his take out
In the case of Babeng’s Shawarma, it has lots of onions, fresh cabbage & green tomatoes. Think of shawarma as a taco or burrito Middle Eastern style.

 check out the long lines

So what makes it tick? I guess it has something to do with its novelty, its very affordable price plus a secret ingredient that makes one crave for more


Babeng’s Shawarma opens 2 pm- 7 pm daily

Regular Beef Shawarma
Beef Shawarma w/ Cheese

Meet Baby Girl Babeng who inspired dad JP Maslog to open his shawarma business 

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